Cape Puzzle provides exciting itineraries that give tourists an introduction to the Western Cape, including the Cape Metropolis and the Cape Winelands.

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Half Day

Mother City Magic

From its humble beginnings, 350 years ago as a vegetable garden for the passing ships, the city of Cape Town has grown from a melting pot of cultures to become a vibrant metropolis.

Sunset Special

A half-hour drive from Hout Bay you can take a slow walk around Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront. With loads of restaurants and shops on offer, experience one of the most popular attractions in South Africa.

Imizamo Yethu

Visit Hout Bay’s melting of colourful people, taverns and spaza shops. Please contact a reputable tour operator.

Full Day

Perfect Peninsula

Take a drive along the Atlantic Seaboard past the famous beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay. Upon entering Hout Bay, head towards the famous Chapman’s Peak Drive towards Cape Point. Have lunch at the restaurant in the Cape Point Nature Reserve and head back along the coastal road past Simon’s Town, Fish Hoek and Muizenberg.

Coastal Crawl

Head up the East coast towards the little villages of Rooi Els, Bettys bay and Kleinmond.

Over and Under

Travel towards the village of Gordons Bay, passing the beach resort of the Strand. Have a refreshing swim in the sea before continuing over the first mountain pass, known as Sir Lowry’s pass back towards Cape Town.

Vine and Dine

Drive to the beautiful, famous wine route between and Stellenbosch and Somerset West and visit the Spier Wine Estate with a few restaurants and picnic facilities to choose from.

Toasting the Cape

Head towards Groot Constantia, the oldest wine estate in South Africa. Wine tasting is on offer and stay for lunch at one of the restaurants on the Estate.

West is Best

The rugged west coast has much to offer the visitor. Drive north toward Bloubergstrand, with its white beaches and stunning views of Table Mountain.


Colony Caper

The city of Cape Town is surrounded by many small towns. These towns with names like Tulbagh, Ceres and Piketberg are important hubs for the farming communities in the surrounding area.

Heading East

The Garden Route is named so due to its breathtaking beauty. Known famously for its oysters, the town of Kynsna is a wonderful base to stay and explore this beautiful region.

Real South

Cape Agulhas has taken its rightful place as the most Southern point of the African continent. The cape was named by Portuguese navigators, who called it Cabo das Agulhas, Portuguese for “Cape of Needles”, after noticing that around the year 1500 the direction of magnetic north (and therefore the compass needle) coincided with true north in the region